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my new code
i rewrote my columnizer module to correct some issues in the previous design.  this on is still not finished and goes into a loop. there must be s missing test or something like that.  but the real mystery about is that ^C and ^Z do not work.  i get the echoback of "^C" and "^Z" but the program just keeps running. what could cause that?  i don't think i coded anything that could do this.
Do you have a bare except: somewhere? You might be accidentally catching key-interrupt events.
Linux - bash?
^Z sends the program at the background I think.
^C should terminate it.

Does it run as a daemon
"As they say in Mexico 'dosvidaniya'. That makes two vidaniyas."

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